15 Best Flea Markets in Vermont
- HEENA SINGLA
- UPDATED May 31, 2018
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Vermont is a naturally forested landscape in the North eastern part of United States. It is the only state of Unites states that does not have buildings taller than 124 feet. Vermont is known to have huge mountain ranges with perfect hiking trails and skiing slopes. Several mountains have timberlines and support an alpine ecosystem. It also knows for producing world’s highest quality maple syrup. There is even an annual maple festival in St. Albans where you get an opportunity to get a first-hand look at the year’s maple ambassadors. Vermont is also internationally known for its cheese industry and if you want to understand the whole process of cheese making, Cabot Creamery in Cabot will be honored to help.
Below are the top 15 best flea markets in Vermont that you must visit:
1. The Original Newfane Flea market
Flea markets are fun places to hunt for quirky items, antiques, clothing and great merchandise at discount prices. This amazing flea market operates every Sunday through Halloween till late April. It is Vermont’s longest-running flea market where generations of vendors have worked. This market attracts diverse sellers owing to sizable spaces ranging to just 20$. Address- The Original Newfane Flea Market Route 30 Newfane, VT, 802-365-4000. Timings- 6A.M to 12 P.M.
2. Waterbury Flea Market
This weekend flea market is spread across 10 acres of land, located north of Waterbury. Here, the vendors sell new merchandise and epic antiques. There are also stalls selling fresh, hot food for breakfast and lunch. The vendors sell their products through early October from 8 A.M until 5 P.M. Address- Route 2 West, Waterbury, VT, 802-882-1919
3. The Wilmington Antique and Flea Market
This place is known to sell epic décor, artisan crafts, fresh vegetables for over 30 years. It also treasures vintage lamps, salt and pepper shakers and has almost everything you are looking for on that particular day. It is the top rated and most visited flea market for both locals and visitors. The price is nothing compared to the magnificent finds. This flea market is open on weekends from mid-May through mid-October. Here, the admission and parking is free. Address- Routes 9 and 100 South, Wilmington, VT. Timings- 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
4. Champlain Islands Farmer’s Market
The best feature of the Champlain Islands Famer’s Market is that it connects regional famers with artisans and their community. The vendors sell fresh farm products and freshly prepared foods, handcrafted items and much more. This is a seasonal market that continues throughout the growing season and ends till May. Timings- 12:30 P.M to 4:30 P.M.
5. Jonesville Indoor Flea Market
Jonesville Indoor Flea Market is open year round and is located along the Winooski River, in the northern Vermont. Various handmade crafts, antiques, classic décor, snowboards, vintage skis, dishes, books, tools and much more exciting quirky items can be found here reflecting its comfortable informal vibe. Address- Route 2 Richmond, Vermont, USA.
6. Newfane Flea Market
Planning a fun Sunday outing with friends or family? The Newfane Flea Market will be the most apt option. This place is all about thorough browsing while eating authentic thai food complimented with vintage milk bottles. Here you shall find great deals on great qualitative products. It is located a short and beautiful scenic ride up Route 30 (about 15 minutes from our Brattleboro Vermont Inn). Just north of the town center, the market comes up on your right hand side. Parking and admission is free .Timings- 6 A.M. to 2P.M. on Sundays.
7. Rutland Area Flea Market
This flea market is known for artisan-made merchandise. Rutland Area flea market is open year-round on weekends and is an indoor market offering antiques, vintage décor and other necessities. It is a great place to find vintage items and holiday gift for your loved ones. Address-200 West St, Rutland, VT 05701, USA.
8. WOKO Flea Market
This is a huge indoor flea market offering unique craft. Vendors from all sphere of life right from non-profit clubs, teams and big business men are allowed to display their products. Timings- 8 A.M. to 2 P.M.
9. Vermont Antique Mall
Vermont houses an overwhelming variety of unique products and collectibles. This is the place where you would want to be lost for a day. It treasures lots of retro styles merchandise that date back to the good old days in Vermont. Address- 5573 Woodstock Road, Quechee, VT 05059, USA.
10. Manchester Flea Market
This epic flea market is open from April to October. On Saturday evening you can grab a seat in the wondrous park behind the food vendor serving freshly prepared dishes. Market is laden with contemporary tools, from tables, shoemakers, succulent gardens and mind blowing pottery.
11. Waitsfield Farmer’s Market
Waitsfield Farmer’s Market is right next to the Mad River green, an age old gathering place for locals and travelers. This market boats hand made crafts, baked goods, flowers, local based products like egg, meat, cheese and much more. There is liver entertainment and free wifi facility. It is a perfetc spot to relax the evening and cllect niceties. Address- 4376 Main Street VT-100,Waitsfield. Timings- 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
12. Pownal flea market
This is a year round flea market offering vintage buttons, antique garden furniture and a over 400 plus dealers. Be sure to visit he beer garden and appraisal services. During summer time, this market opens at 8a.m till 8p.m.
13. Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace
This is an old building made purely of brick and is more of an indoor flea market than a outdoor one. Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace is held on each Sunday boasting vintage household goods, food and local art. The best feature of this market is that the local vendors offer small workshops in nature painting and other activities. Address- 180 Flynn Ave, Burlington, VT 05401, USA.
14. East Corinth Flea Market
Look out for the kitchen assets here. Vendors offer couture fashion, décor, kitchen sets, new and old merchandise and much more. This market opens from October to May and a few Sundays each month.
15. West Brattleboro Indoor Outdoor flea market
One of the best thrift store that has a huge collection of goods, household supplies, electrical items, clothing, beauty products, cuisines and much more. It is a both indoor and outdoor flea.market, as the name suggests. It is open from mid June to mid October. Address- Route 9 West, Brattleboro, VT.
Nothing beats the excitement of coming home with something unique and special bought in a good bargain. The allure of valuable antiques has its own charm and the fact that this rare event happens once a week or at restricted timings makes us even want it more.